From the “continues to be interesting” department: Mesa Energy, new owner of the Java Field in Western New York State, has started hydraulic fracturing of two Marcellus Shale wells in the Java Field. Yes, you read that right. Fracking is happening NOW. In New York State. The catch? They’re both vertical wells. Since fracking horizontally […]
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Mesa Energy has received a green light from the NY Department of Environmental Conservation to convert two vertical wells in Western New York from Medina gas to Marcellus gas. We also learn from the press release that the Marcellus Shale layer in the Java Field owned and operated by Mesa is about 200 feet thick […]
Mesa Energy Fracking Two Wells in NY, Plans to Drill Additional 80 Vertical Marcellus Shale Wells in Java Field
As MDN previously reported, Mesa Energy, which owns the Java Field in Wyoming County, NY, is planning to convert two of the 19 gas wells on the property from Medina sandstone wells to Marcellus Shale wells. These are already drilled, vertical wells. We now have more details about what Mesa plans to do with these […]
It seems hardly a day doesn’t go by that Marcellus Drilling News doesn’t observe a new press release, interview or other mention of Mesa Energy and their recent drive into gas drilling in Western New York State. The latest is a clever move by Mesa—they’re converting two of 19 gas wells they own in the […]
Former New York Gov. George Pataki has joined the advisory board of Mesa Energy Holdings (headquartered in Dallas). Mesa holds leases and has active gas drilling operations in Wyoming County in Western New York State. Gov. Pataki, since leaving office, joined a law firm and started a consulting practice with a focus on environmental and […]